No problem dude...be careful with leases and landlords.
Back in the day, in NYC, new businesses could sign the lease under the BUSINESS name. If things didn't work...well that was that.....Today, well that's a different story. No landlord will take a signature on a lease space, from a new business, without YOU personally signing...meaning, YOU are on the hook personally for the lease...that's called a Personal Guarantee.
What does that mean? If you sign a 5 yr lease and say 2 yrs into it you figure it's not working, the landlord is holding YOU responsible to personally pay the other 3 years...this is not to scare or discourage from going into business...it's just to educate you and better prepare you for possible pitfalls.
This has been in practice for some years now, as landlords got tired of people walking away and they then needed to rush to fill a space, while missing rent monies....yeah, you may be real nice and be current with your rent and even give the landlord a "heads up", but legally, you are on the hook. If he's cool...IF...he will not hold you to it ....usually if he can get someone in the space ASAP....but if he pulls you into court with the contract, the only way out is to declare bankruptcy...not cool for you....or you can get a judgment against you for the remainder of the lease and have that haunt you and your credit history....not cool for your future.
If you can start establishing some catering gigs, you can rent time at a commercial kitchen....get a reputation.....then save some dough...pardon the pun...and get a retail space that works for you.